Hair aging isn’t something people in their 20s and 30s think about very much, so when grey hair hits - we find they aren’t very educated about it. What is grey hair? Why do I have it? Why does it feel so dry and how can I make it feel soft again? Good news, we have your back. Here’s how:

Treat From The Inside Out

A lot of the time grey hair is a genetic thing but there are plenty of nutritional and hormonal factors that can cause your hair to lose pigment, too (no, stress doesn’t help!) So, when it comes to grey hair problems, we always recommend Dry, one of our three hair issue-specific supplements. Dry is a combination of vitamin E, iron, and silica that feeds hair follicles with hydrating nutrients. It also replenishes moisture for shinier hair while strengthening strands to reduce breakage. To get the full benefits of Dry, take one pill a day for at least 90 days and drink plenty of water.

OUAI Haircare Dry Hair Supplements

Know Your Ingredients

If you’re suffering from constant, hard to heal dry, brittle hair, you might want to be more careful with the products you choose. You’ll want to avoid sulfates, aggressive alcohols (found in a lot of hair sprays) and anything that contains salt. Ingredients you should look for on your labels are things like Smart Keratin, Tamarind Seed Extract, Argan Oil, Amino Acid Blends, Artichoke Leaf Extract, Rose Hip Oil and Shea Oil. Also, be aware that dry hair needs UV protection and thermal protection so look for those claims on your bottles, too.

OUAI Haircare Ingredients

Rely On Your Routine

It’s true what they say; grey hair absorbs more moisture than other hair so regular conditioning can do wonders to restore your hair's softness. Add deep conditioners, masks and oils into your routine and stay consistent. If you let your dry strands suffer weeks without moisturizers, they will get worse and start to split. A consistent moisture-focused routine is your best weapon against dry hair. Period.To achieve optimal hydration, invest in a daily care routine that increases moisture retention then supplement it with weekly masque treatments.

If you’re not sure where to start, try this:

If you want more, take the OUAI Hair Consult and find a routine that works best (and specifically) for you!